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Re: Thankful Dimmock's royal ancestry
Posted by: Kathryn H. Barkson Date: October 13, 2000 at 13:33:51
In Reply to: Re: Thankful Dimmock's royal ancestry by David Newhall of 709

Hi David, My goodness, how do you do this stuff. I cant even count that high. My thanks to you. What a treat on Friday the l3th to find that you are sixth Cousin, 5 times removed from George Washington. Maybe I better find a paper wig. One that doesnt cost much.

When I did my Waldo chain I copied absolutly every name of the 8 familys children. I figure that those 8 couples gave us 77 children. Imagine a reunion THAT would make.
My great grandfather Edmund Freeman was the last child of ten from Jesse Waldo, jr. My grandfather Alfred W. was the last child of ten children. Alfred and his wife Josephine
had two daughters my aunt Josephine and my mother Dorothy. It really means a lot to me to learn of these Waldo relatives. A new enlarged family. Love it. Imagine the family tree Thankful has, both a King of England and a US President in it. Poor Edward, does he has any famous relative (out side of me, of course)? David, has anyone connected Ralph Waldo Emerson to us. I read someplace on the net that the connection is with Hannah Coggswell. Thank you so much, David. Hope to chat with you again. Kathy Barkson


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